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  • Alderson, J. C. (2000). Assessing reading. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511732935

  • Cambridge Assessment English. (2019). Review of a monologue spoken production test. [Unpublished research technical report]. University of Cambridge.

  • Council of Europe. (2009). Relating language examination to the CEFR: A manual. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2011). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: A structured overview of all CEFR scales. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2018). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume with new descriptors. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2020). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Creswell, J. W., & Clark, V. L. P. (2011). Designing and conducting mixed methods research (2nd ed.). Sage Publications.

  • Don, Z. M. (2020). The CEFR and the production of spoken English: A challenge for teachers. The English Teacher, 49(3), 77-88.

  • Field, J. (2011). Cognitive validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 65-111). Cambridge University Press.

  • Galaczi, E., & French, A. (2011). Context validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 112-170). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khalifa, H., & Salamoura, A. (2011). Criterion-related validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 259-292). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khan, A. M. A., Aziz, M. S. A. & Stapa, S. H. (2019). Examining the factors mediating the intended washback of the English language school-based assessment: Pre-service ESL teachers’ accounts. Pertanika Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 27(1), 51-68.

  • Manokaran, J., Soh, O. K., & Azman, H. (2021). Lecturers’ perceptions towards students’ English language proficiency: A preliminary study. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 10(2), 957-963. https://doi.org/10.6007/IJARPED/v10-i2/10461

  • Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. (2015). English language education reform in Malaysia: The roadmap 2015-2025. Ministry of Education.

  • Ministry of Higher Education. (2018). the ecosystem for English language learning and assessment in higher education. Ministry of Education.

  • Shaw, S. D., & Weir, C. J. (2007). Examining writing: Research and practice in assessing second language writing. Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L. (Ed.) (2011). Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30). Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L., & Galaczi, E. (2011). Scoring validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 234-258). Cambridge University Press.

  • Uri, N. F. M., & Aziz, M. S. A. (2020). The appropriacy and applicability of English assessment against CEFR global scale: Teachers’ judgement. 3L The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 26(3), 53-65. https://doi.org/10.17576/3L-2020-2603-05

  • Weir, C. J. (2005). Language testing and validation: An evidence-based approach. Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Zeigler, N., & Kang, L. (2016). Mixed methods design - Chapter 4. In A. J. Moeller, J. W. Creswell & N. Saville (Eds.), Studies in language testing 43: Second language assessment and mixed methods research (pp. 51-83). Cambridge University Press.

  • Alderson, J. C. (2000). Assessing reading. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511732935

  • Cambridge Assessment English. (2019). Review of a monologue spoken production test. [Unpublished research technical report]. University of Cambridge.

  • Council of Europe. (2009). Relating language examination to the CEFR: A manual. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2011). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: A structured overview of all CEFR scales. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2018). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume with new descriptors. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2020). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Creswell, J. W., & Clark, V. L. P. (2011). Designing and conducting mixed methods research (2nd ed.). Sage Publications.

  • Don, Z. M. (2020). The CEFR and the production of spoken English: A challenge for teachers. The English Teacher, 49(3), 77-88.

  • Field, J. (2011). Cognitive validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 65-111). Cambridge University Press.

  • Galaczi, E., & French, A. (2011). Context validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 112-170). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khalifa, H., & Salamoura, A. (2011). Criterion-related validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 259-292). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khan, A. M. A., Aziz, M. S. A. & Stapa, S. H. (2019). Examining the factors mediating the intended washback of the English language school-based assessment: Pre-service ESL teachers’ accounts. Pertanika Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 27(1), 51-68.

  • Manokaran, J., Soh, O. K., & Azman, H. (2021). Lecturers’ perceptions towards students’ English language proficiency: A preliminary study. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 10(2), 957-963. https://doi.org/10.6007/IJARPED/v10-i2/10461

  • Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. (2015). English language education reform in Malaysia: The roadmap 2015-2025. Ministry of Education.

  • Ministry of Higher Education. (2018). the ecosystem for English language learning and assessment in higher education. Ministry of Education.

  • Shaw, S. D., & Weir, C. J. (2007). Examining writing: Research and practice in assessing second language writing. Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L. (Ed.) (2011). Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30). Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L., & Galaczi, E. (2011). Scoring validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 234-258). Cambridge University Press.

  • Uri, N. F. M., & Aziz, M. S. A. (2020). The appropriacy and applicability of English assessment against CEFR global scale: Teachers’ judgement. 3L The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 26(3), 53-65. https://doi.org/10.17576/3L-2020-2603-05

  • Weir, C. J. (2005). Language testing and validation: An evidence-based approach. Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Zeigler, N., & Kang, L. (2016). Mixed methods design - Chapter 4. In A. J. Moeller, J. W. Creswell & N. Saville (Eds.), Studies in language testing 43: Second language assessment and mixed methods research (pp. 51-83). Cambridge University Press.

  • Alderson, J. C. (2000). Assessing reading. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511732935

  • Cambridge Assessment English. (2019). Review of a monologue spoken production test. [Unpublished research technical report]. University of Cambridge.

  • Council of Europe. (2009). Relating language examination to the CEFR: A manual. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2011). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: A structured overview of all CEFR scales. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2018). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume with new descriptors. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Council of Europe. (2020). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment: Companion volume. Council of Europe Publishing.

  • Creswell, J. W., & Clark, V. L. P. (2011). Designing and conducting mixed methods research (2nd ed.). Sage Publications.

  • Don, Z. M. (2020). The CEFR and the production of spoken English: A challenge for teachers. The English Teacher, 49(3), 77-88.

  • Field, J. (2011). Cognitive validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 65-111). Cambridge University Press.

  • Galaczi, E., & French, A. (2011). Context validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 112-170). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khalifa, H., & Salamoura, A. (2011). Criterion-related validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 259-292). Cambridge University Press.

  • Khan, A. M. A., Aziz, M. S. A. & Stapa, S. H. (2019). Examining the factors mediating the intended washback of the English language school-based assessment: Pre-service ESL teachers’ accounts. Pertanika Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 27(1), 51-68.

  • Manokaran, J., Soh, O. K., & Azman, H. (2021). Lecturers’ perceptions towards students’ English language proficiency: A preliminary study. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 10(2), 957-963. https://doi.org/10.6007/IJARPED/v10-i2/10461

  • Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. (2015). English language education reform in Malaysia: The roadmap 2015-2025. Ministry of Education.

  • Ministry of Higher Education. (2018). the ecosystem for English language learning and assessment in higher education. Ministry of Education.

  • Shaw, S. D., & Weir, C. J. (2007). Examining writing: Research and practice in assessing second language writing. Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L. (Ed.) (2011). Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30). Cambridge University Press.

  • Taylor, L., & Galaczi, E. (2011). Scoring validity. In L. Taylor (Ed.) Examining speaking: Research and practice in assessing second language speaking, studies in language testing (Vol. 30, pp. 234-258). Cambridge University Press.

  • Uri, N. F. M., & Aziz, M. S. A. (2020). The appropriacy and applicability of English assessment against CEFR global scale: Teachers’ judgement. 3L The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 26(3), 53-65. https://doi.org/10.17576/3L-2020-2603-05

  • Weir, C. J. (2005). Language testing and validation: An evidence-based approach. Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Zeigler, N., & Kang, L. (2016). Mixed methods design - Chapter 4. In A. J. Moeller, J. W. Creswell & N. Saville (Eds.), Studies in language testing 43: Second language assessment and mixed methods research (pp. 51-83). Cambridge University Press.

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